The Truth About Immigration #1 – The Quantification of Immigration

Whenever race relations issues are in the news, a whole range of media pundits and spokespeople for the establishment political parties line up to tell us a variety of untruths in an attempt to mislead us, and in an attempt to deflect public attention away from the real impact and the real issues regarding mass immigration. This is the first article of a series. The Quantification of Immigration The dishonesty begins with the quantification of…

Marion Maréchal-Le Pen to Withdraw from Politics?

There are reports surfacing that Marion Maréchal-Le Pen has sent a two page letter announcing her withdrawal from politics to the editor of Le Dauphiné libéré, a provincial daily French newspaper published in Grenoble and known for its emphasis on local news and events. Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, the niece of Front National (FN) leader Marine Le Pen and one of the far-right party’s only two MPs, is apparently abandoning politics after her aunt’s heavy defeat…

Max Musson at the South-West Forum

Last Saturday the 6th May, I spoke at a meeting of the South-West Forum organised by Julie Lake and attended by about thirty nationalists. Those attending the meeting were in a buoyant mood  and clearly enjoyed both the speeches and the refreshments that were provided during the interval. Following the disturbance that occurred at the last South-West Forum meeting, security was stepped up and a very professional security team was present, organised by one of…

Le Pen Gracious in Defeat!

Following the publication of preliminary results, it is clear that as was very much expected, Emmanuel Macron has beaten Marine Le Pen in the second round of the French Presidential elections by approximately 65.5% to 34.5%. Despite defeat. Marine Le Pen has achieved a higher second round percentage of the vote than any nationalist candidate has ever achieved and more than twice the share of the vote achieved by her father Jean-Marie Le Pen in…

Zero Hour – And a New Beginning!

During the latter part of 2009 I can remember a recurring theme at the local BNP meetings at which I spoke, something that is not spoken about now, the implementation of the Treaty of Lisbon, which effectively turned the pre-existing consolidated European Treaty into the ‘Constitution of the EU’. As such, the Treaty of Lisbon negated all prior attempts by member states of the EU to retain their sovereign nation status and resist absorption into a European…

See the Power of the Media!

After the first round of the current presidential elections in France Marine Le Pen is to be congratulated on securing her place as one of the candidates to go through to the second round, and her success in this respect will no doubt be cause for much jubilation and speculation by both the chattering classes and also the majority of European nationalists around the world. In the first round, Marine Le Pen has secured the…

A ‘Second Referendum’ on EU Membership?

The European Union Referendum Act 2015 is an Act of Parliament that made provision for a non-binding referendum to be held in the UK on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union or leave. The bill was introduced to the House of Commons by Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs on 28 May 2015 and the Act was subsequently passed by 544 votes to 53 on 9 June…

A White National Health Service

Whenever immigration into the UK is discussed on radio or television or within the media generally, they trot out the old chestnut that the National Health Service (NHS) relies on doctors, nurses and other health workers from overseas and that without them ‘the NHS would collapse’. The inference being that without immigration we would have no functioning national health service. Of course it is true that a large proportion of the staff in our hospitals and…

Richard Edmonds – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Nominated for a third time for the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize is the 2015 winner and veteran nationalist campaigner Richard Edmonds. At the ripe old age of seventy-four, Richard still exhibits great passion and energy. His speaking style is very animated, employing vivid facial expressions and hand gesticulations in order to emphasise his message. Richard also uses repetition in order to emphasise key points and in order to slow the pace of his delivery and…

Alex Davies – 2017 Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize Nominee

Last year’s winner of the Jonathan Bowden Oratory Prize has been nominated once again for a very passionate speech delivered at the South West Forum. Last year Alex was unique amongst current nationalist speakers in that he has the ability to deliver long coherent speeches with little or no reference to notes, and while other young speakers have caught up with him in this respect, he remains the man to beat, combining fluent delivery, with dramatic…